Jerreau speaks about the contradictions in life on Conflicted over a beat provided by his fellow Fly Union co-hort Iyeball.
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Fly Union shot this video while visiting Los Angeles. The Columbus trio is somewhat mum about where their hardwork is leading but I have trouble believing that linking with Casey Veggies , TDE and Dom Kennedy while in Los Angeles is counterproductive. Buy “the Hard Way” on I-Tunes here.
Nana B sings a song I think most people in Columbus can relate with . You’ve been hanging out with someone for 8 months. You need to get rid of them. But they don’t take the hint. I think this especially works for Spring. You started dating someone in the winter cause that’s a natural thing to do. The nice weather hits about the same time you realize they are insane. You just need them to get the away from you.
Jay Swifa of Fly Union provides smooth production for “Crazy Baby” so the break-up doesn’t seem super harsh. Real talk always goes better with melody.
Tired as fuck, I walked out of the “Killer Mike R.A.P. Music Showcase” Wednesday. After getting outside, I wondered why DJ Detox was bullshitting and not outside. I walked back inside and he was making small talk with the GZA.
When I found the GZA and Detox, a small crowd had also found the GZA.
Hand typography and photo by Slave For Yourself
Fly Union comes with a Jay Swifa produced beauty The Hard Way. Also peep Fly Union’s interview with Karmaloop, where the Columbus rap group discuss TGTC, the pro and cons of going the indie, cologne in the studio and also accidently meeting the GZA in NYC.
Karmaloop premiered this new video that has the C-O’s favorite sons, FLY UNION, rollin’ around our fair city. 5000 is off TGTC.
Two random, unrelated but good things I found on the net. First is this little PBJ/IOK/DROIDS/3WA jammie. (above).
Jay Swifa of Fly Union put this remake of Slum Village’s “Fall In Love” on his soundcloud to pay tribute to J. Dilla. (below)
Fly Union is currently on tour. They are one of Columbus’ greatest music exports. Please do your self a check then out if they are in your town. Or follow them around like a fanatic so I can watch their twitter and giggle about them getting stalked by a random creep.
I like Houston rap as much as the next guy. But sometimes a man enjoys Henroc out of a stryofoam cup instead of lean and sprite. Prodigy is home, and he is voting for Ron Paul like some sort of Q-Boro Vince Gallo. While I am not voting for Ron Paul this EP knocks.